Battleground Wisconsin: What Could Sway Voters?

"Nightline's" Bill Weir takes his swing state tour to the Midwest, crucial to Obama and Romney.
3:00 | 11/02/12

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Transcript for Battleground Wisconsin: What Could Sway Voters?
But the election neck and neck -- some of the nicest people in country end up with some of the meanest politics. Crucial swing state Wisconsin is already battle weary after the contentious recall vote of their governor stopped Scott Walker. And now it's become a battleground. Battleground Wisconsin his Nightline co anchor Bill -- for your voice your vote. Yeah. Ramble through the midwest these days -- In the old real estate agents launcher of location location location. Takes on -- hold me. For example these voters are worth their weight and Electoral College school because they live swing state -- Meanwhile way over here. In Illinois. This places a deep blue foregone conclusion. No matter what these -- -- -- fans do. Almost -- always going to be red. That's so it's just gonna go blew me. 800 but I. -- And Anthony. I wanted him meanwhile back over the border I meet the -- Of -- girl scout who happens to be exactly the kind of person who may just decide this whole thing you're undecided. Really you're you're one of -- -- like seeing the snow leopard in the wild and undecided voters very exciting. I'm. And as. Unmet promises. The president is counting on that kind of voters swing his way along with the kind of urban professionals who show up to a Halloween party. At the ultra hip -- horse hotel in the walking. But it is not so. Surrounding him -- line. -- -- You know on its. Everything you say it makes sense considering that you are the mission from. What really -- In my. -- -- Double points trivia. My home state here. Leads the nation in most of bars per capita. And in most pollution Obama counties that is of people voted for George Bush in 2000 for a member of the in 2008. They really vote the candidate party. How many does you have total -- hundred when he goes out. -- -- So yes it is easy to find conservative dairy farmers upstate like -- -- If you get subsidies at all from the government as it. Yeah very very little subsidies in my -- -- I wish they would -- also fees altogether I'll part of it is. District of the government is broke. But if you -- -- a little. Something more. And if you hang out with the most sophisticated tailgate partners in the war. And you'll find all stripes conservatives. -- -- Libertarians socialists and many of them either related or best friends for life probably. -- the president. Politician. Television. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It himself what yeah it's -- right yeah and some money by putting its go to bed built his. Anyway. And they don't seem to agree that the end of this election cannot come soon enough and all divisions. This if you. -- -- -- -- -- -- Dreamed they would start.

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